"...that walking regularly seems to cut the risk of death by about 40%? That
from a Helsinki study which required only 6 half hour walks a month. Dr. Mark
Lenet of the American Podiatric Medical Association told us he recommends
three 20 minute walks a week, depending on input from your physician and

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